Cartoon study - Nuclear issue

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A study of Cartoons around New Zealand's Anti Nuclear protests in the 1970's and 1980's. Protests over French Nuclear Testing and American Nuclear Ship visits.

A study of Cartoons around New Zealand's Anti Nuclear protests in the 1970's and 1980's. Protests over French Nuclear Testing and American Nuclear Ship visits.

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  • 1. New Zealand’s Search for Security
    Cartoon Study
  • 2. 2
    Cartoon A
    Who is the person in the tree?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
    What year do you think the cartoon was published?
  • 3. 3
    Cartoon B
    Which three symbols support peace?
    Which five countries appear opposed to New Zealand’s actions?
    When do you think this cartoon was published and over what issue?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 4. 4
    Cartoon C
    When was this cartoon published?
    Who is doing the hold-up?
    What is the significance of the meeting inside?
    Why do you think they are not helping the women?
    What is the significance of the box that the cat is sitting on?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 5. 5
    Cartoon D
    Who are the two people on a string?
    What are the attitudes of the two people on the string?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 6. 6
    Cartoon E
    What issue is this cartoon confronting?
    Which countries do the two people represent?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 7. 7
    Cartoon F
    Who do you think the café’s diners and bouncers might be?
    Why is Lange referred to as a free-loader?
    Comment on the reference to fission chips
    When do you think the cartoon was published?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 8. 8
    Cartoon G
    Who is the figure represented in the cartoon?
    What is the meaning of the gestures which he is making
    To whom or what is the gesture being made?
    Why does the bomb contain instructions to “Explode as far away from Paris as possible”?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 9. 9
    Cartoon H
    Identify the two figures on the wharf
    What is the name of the island in the background?
    What might the yanks have “deep in the heart of Texas”?
    Why does the cartoon show a “debate” between the two?
    How did this issue affect the two people the following year?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 10. 10
    Cartoon I
    Who is the grandmother?
    What is the cartoonist trying to say?
  • 11. 11
    Cartoon J
    Where is this cartoon from?
    Which nation does the submarine represent?
    What claim is the cartoon making?
  • 12. 12
    Cartoon K
    What is the cartoon related to?
    What is the significance of “She’ll be right” on the person’s shirt?
    What is the cartoonist’s attitude?
  • 13. 13
    Cartoon L
    What policy is the cartoonist referring to?
    Why is the cartoonist using the title “Domino Theory”?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
    Is this propaganda? Explain.
  • 14. 14
    Cartoon M
    What is the cartoon related to?
    Where is the bomb exploding?
    Who is the figure in the bomb cloud and what are they doing?
    Whose ship is it?
    Who is Mr Colman?
    What year is it?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 15. 15
    Cartoon N
    Who is the figure speaking in the cartoon?
    What is the cartoon about?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 16. 16
    Cartoon O
    Who is the person seated at the desk?
    Who are the two people in the window?
    Why are they laughing?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 17. 17
    Cartoon P
    What year would this cartoon have been published?
    Why a maze?
    Why a bomb?
    What is the Hague?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
  • 18. 18
    Cartoon Q
    What location is this cartoon set?
    What two events is this cartoon referring to?
    What is the cartoonist’s message?
    Georges Pompidou
    French President